EUROPE & AMERICAS
Turkey's EU membership process and developments related to the 1915 incidents were discussed at the meeting
The appeals chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague confirmed the sentence of life imprisonment for former Bosnian Serb general Zdravko Tolimir.
Jury found Dzhokhar Tsarnaev guilty on Wednesday of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing that killed three people and injured 264 others. He may face death sentence, it is said.
The European Court of Human Rights has convicted Italian police of torturing anti-globalisation protesters arrested in a raid on a school on the fringes of a G-8 summit.
Greek prime minister seeks to confound his European creditors with the prospect of a Russian bailout
France on Tuesday declassified documents in the presidential archives relating to the 1994 Rwandan genocide, in which Kigali accuses Paris of having an indirect role.
The major power outage that struck Tuesday in the nation’s capital, however briefly, exposes wider weaknesses in America’s infrastructure.
Syrian opposition groups who attended the second Syria Meeting convened in Russian capital Moscow, set the framework of the topics to be discussed during sessions.
A white South Carolina police officer was arrested and charged with murder on Tuesday after a video showed him shooting eight times at the back of a 50-year-old black man who was running away after a traffic stop and died at the scene.
The US condemned the killing of four Red Cross/Red Crescent Movement staff in attacks across Syria and Yemen, a US State Dept statement said.
A judge in the state of North Carolina, US ruled Monday that prosecutors could pursue the death penalty against the alleged killer of three Muslim students in Chapel Hill.